Anastasia Jane Fuller, 18741923 (aged 48 years)

Name
Anastasia Jane /Fuller/
Given names
Anastasia Jane
Surname
Fuller
Family with parents
father
18501926
Birth: 1850 33 24
Residence: 1872Thornhill, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Death: May 12, 1926Lindville Hospital, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
mother
18441906
Birth: about 1844
Residence: Dublin, Ireland
Death: 1906
Marriage MarriageSeptember 3, 1872St. Peters Church, Parish of St. Peters, Dublin, Ireland
10 months
elder brother
18731891
Birth: July 14, 1873 23 29
Death: May 12, 1891
16 months
herself
Miss Winnington Ingram, an English teacher at Furzedown College, Streatham Park, posing at a tea party in honour of the visit by Sir Robert Blair.
18741923
Birth: November 20, 1874 24 30
Occupation: Artist - Teacher1923
Residence: 1923Red House, Furzedown College, Streatham Park, Surrey, London, England
Death: July 9, 1923Red House, Furzedown College, Streatham Park, Surrey, London, England
16 months
younger sister
1876
Birth: March 24, 1876 26 32 Thornhill, West Carberry, County Cork, Ireland
Death:
Father’s family with Annie Fuller
father
18501926
Birth: 1850 33 24
Residence: 1872Thornhill, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Death: May 12, 1926Lindville Hospital, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
stepmother
18541931
Birth: about 1854 36
Occupation: BakerMacroom, County Cork, Ireland
Residence: 1929Bridge Street, Bandon, County Cork, Ireland
Death: December 12, 1931Home for Protestant Incurables, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
Marriage MarriageJanuary 1, 1907Parish Church, Parish of Macroom, County Cork, Ireland
Birth
Birth
Birth of a sister
Address: Thornhill Abbey, Thornhill, Sbibbereen
Death of a paternal grandfather
Note: informant George Fuller of Thornhill son of Edward Fuller
Death of a brother
Death of a paternal grandmother
Death of a mother
1906 (aged 31 years)
Marriage of a parent
Occupation
Artist - Teacher
1923 (0 after death)
Employer: Furzedown College
Note: FURZEDOWN COLLEGE STUDENTS, STREATHAM PARK

FURZEDOWN COLLEGE STUDENTS, STREATHAM PARK

A 'summer party' by students in Pierrot and Russian costumes at Furzedown College, Streatham Park. The college was used as a women's training college for teachers and originally opened in Fulham in 1908, before combining with the Clapham Training College and moving here in 1915. The Clapham college was accommodated in three large houses along Cedars Road.From a student's album dated 1922-23, by kind permission of Graham Gower.Ref: SPd 4084/14

Note: Furzedown House was built in 1794 and was enlarged and endowed with a conservatory and a single-storey entrance lodge in the early 1860s.

Furzedown House was built in 1794 and was enlarged and endowed with a conservatory and a single-storey entrance lodge in the early 1860s.

Soon after 1900 local builders began to lay out residential streets in the grounds of the house, beginning with Moyser Road, Pendle Road and Pretoria Road. Parkland that had been used as public open space and a golf course was lost to this development but Furzedown House was saved from demolition by the London County Council, which converted it into a teacher training college in 1915.

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Death
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FURZEDOWN COLLEGE STUDENTS, STREATHAM PARK

A 'summer party' by students in Pierrot and Russian costumes at Furzedown College, Streatham Park. The college was used as a women's training college for teachers and originally opened in Fulham in 1908, before combining with the Clapham Training College and moving here in 1915. The Clapham college was accommodated in three large houses along Cedars Road.From a student's album dated 1922-23, by kind permission of Graham Gower.Ref: SPd 4084/14

Furzedown House was built in 1794 and was enlarged and endowed with a conservatory and a single-storey entrance lodge in the early 1860s.

Soon after 1900 local builders began to lay out residential streets in the grounds of the house, beginning with Moyser Road, Pendle Road and Pretoria Road. Parkland that had been used as public open space and a golf course was lost to this development but Furzedown House was saved from demolition by the London County Council, which converted it into a teacher training college in 1915.

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Miss Winnington Ingram, an English teacher at Furzedown College, Streatham Park, posing at a tea party in honour of the visit by Sir Robert Blair.
Miss Winnington Ingram, an English teacher at Furzedown College, Streatham Park, posing at a tea party in honour of the visit by Sir Robert Blair.
Note: Miss Winnington Ingram, an English teacher at Furzedown College, Streatham Park, posing at a tea party in honour of the visit by Sir Robert Blair. The college was used as a women's training college for teachers and originally opened in Fulham in 1908, before combining with the Clapham Training College and moving here in 1915. The Clapham college was accommodated in three large houses along Cedars Road. Miss Ingram was later the Principal of Norwich Training College.From a student's album dated 1922-23, by kind permission of Graham Gower.Ref: SPd 4084/9
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The Common Room at Furzedown College, Streatham Park
The Common Room at Furzedown College, Streatham Park
Note: FURZEDOWN COLLEGE COMMON ROOM, STREATHAM PARK

FURZEDOWN COLLEGE COMMON ROOM, STREATHAM PARK
The Common Room at Furzedown College, Streatham Park. The college was used as a women's training college for teachers and originally opened in Fulham in 1908, before combining with the Clapham Training College and moving here in 1915. The Clapham college was accommodated in three large houses along Cedars Road.From a student's album dated 1922-23, by kind permission of Graham Gower.Ref: SPd 4084/13

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Winter Gardens Furzedown College
Winter Gardens Furzedown College
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The Red House, Furzedown College
The Red House, Furzedown College